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Question:


If caulk isn't good to fix checks, is there something else I can use to fill them or if not, something nonpoison & safe for wood I can spray into them (cedar oil?) to keep bugs from nesting there? The bigger checks make perfect spider/other bug hiding/nesting places. Thanks!

Answer:

If you are talking interior you can fill them since they are not exposed to the weather.

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Posted By David Brownell
6/16/2014
When rechinking do wash the house first and then remove and replace needed chinking or remove old and damaged chink first
Posted By David Brownell
6/16/2014
When rechinking do wash the house first and then remove and replace needed chinking or remove old and damaged chink first